The Ivy Restaurant on Robertson in Beverly Hills is famous for its patio dining behind the white picket fence.
Through the lockdowns of 2020 we’ve seen the destruction of almost everything Los Angeles has to offer as a city. Here we look at how the once beautiful Echo Park has been destroyed.
When we started Totally LA a few years back, it was to show people all the reasons to visit Los Angeles and show off just how beautiful our city is. I never dreamed I would be writing about the things I am now.
The coronavirus, or more so the lockdowns implemented In a misguided effort to contain the virus, has burned a wide swath of destruction through Los Angeles.
2020 has been a very difficult year to say the least. And with California Governor Newsom’s order to shutdown the state – once again – just in time for the holiday season it hasn’t looked a lot like Christmas in Los Angeles.
Angela Marsden hit unintended fame when she taped a video about the unjust policies of California Governor Gavin Newsom and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti that closed her outdoor dining area down but then allowed NBC to set up a large outdoor dining area for a film crew 20 feet away from her patio.
A lot of people are wonder where to see Christmas Trees and lights in Los Angeles in 2020.
Rodeo Drive always goes all out for Christmas in terms of lavish beautiful decorations. But this year the holiday decorations appear quite different.
As the coronavirus pandemic increases vacancies in Los Angeles, rental prices are falling making this the best time to shop for a new apartment.
After a year of lockdowns, expensive and ever changing restrictions, a Beverly Hills store says “enough” and devotes its holiday window displays to highlighting the hypocrisy of the people that have destroyed our lives.